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  • Grade 2 Introduction to History and Social Science: Focus on the United States of America

    The standards for second-grade students include an introduction to the lives of Americans and their contributions to the United States as well as the heritage of the American Indians, past and present. Students should continue developing map skills and demonstrate an understanding of basic economic concepts. The students will identify selected American individuals who have worked to improve the lives of American citizens. The students will recognize that the United States is a land of people who have diverse ethnic origins, customs, and traditions, who make contributions to their communities, and who are united as Americans by common principles

    Skills

    2.1 The student will demonstrate skills for historical thinking, geographical analysis, economic decision making, and responsible citizenship by a) identifying artifacts and primary and secondary sources to understand events in American history; b) using basic map skills to locate places on maps and globes to support an understanding of American history; c) using and creating graphs, diagrams, and pictures to determine characteristics of people, places, or events to support an understanding of

    American history; d) asking appropriate questions to solve a problem; e) comparing and contrasting people, places, or events in American history; f) recognizing direct cause-and-effect relationships; g) making connections between past and present; h) using a decision-making model to make informed decisions; i) practicing good citizenship skills and respect for rules and laws while collaborating, compromising, and participating in classroom

    activities; and j) defending positions orally and in writing, using content vocabulary.

    Thinking Map Images for Copying and Pasting

  • Essential Knowledge Essential Understandings

    Skill Focus and Exemplars (Instructions for linking to a Google

    Doc)

    Resources (for instruction, assessment,

    and intervention)

    Q 1

    (Geography) SOL 2.6 The student will develop map skills by using globes and maps of the world and the United States to locate: a) the seven continents

    and the five oceans; b) the equator, the Prime

    Meridian, and the four hemispheres; and

    c) major rivers, mountain ranges, lakes, and other physical features in the United States. Terms to Know:

    - Land: The solid surface of the Earth

    - continent: A large body of land on the Earth

    - equator: An imaginary line around the middle of the Earth that divides it into Northern and Southern Hemispheres

    - Prime meridian: An imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres

    - Hemisphere: Half of a sphere (globe); created by the prime meridian or the equator

    The Seven Continents

    - North America

    Maps can be used to locate land and water features. Maps and globes help people study the Earth.

    2.1 The student will demonstrate skills for historical thinking, geographical analysis, economic decision making, and responsible citizenship by:

    b) using basic map skills to locate places on maps and globes to support an understanding of American history; c) using and creating graphs, diagrams, and pictures to determine characteristics of people, places, or events to support an understanding of American history;

    SOL 2.6 Resources Websites: Maps: Look & Name Interactive Atlas Continents & Oceans Map Skills Thinking Maps:

    https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2494822?hl=en&ref_topic=4671185 https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2494822?hl=en&ref_topic=4671185 https://drive.google.com/a/acpsstudents.us/folderview?id=0By1KbFSoEU4waE0zUzh2djBOZXM&usp=sharing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkqnJhEOLdQ http://go.hrw.com/atlas/norm_htm/world.htm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAHJ64id6n0&feature=related http://web.compton.k12.ca.us/pages/departments/curriculum/pdf/2ndgradessunit2.pdf

  • - South America - Europe - Asia - Africa - Australia - Antarctica

    The Five Oceans

    - The Arctic Ocean - The Atlantic Ocean - The Indian Ocean - The Pacific Ocean - The Southern Ocean

    The Four Hemispheres

    - Northern - Southern - Eastern - Western

    Selected Rivers, Mountain Ranges, and Lakes in the United States

    - The James River - The Mississippi River - The Rio Grande - The Appalachian Mountains - The Rocky Mountains - The general area of the Great

    Lakes

    Essential Knowledge Essential Understandings

    Skill Focus and Exemplars (Instructions for linking to a Google

    Doc)

    Resources (for instruction, assessment,

    and intervention)

    (Civics) SOL 2.11 The student will explain the responsibilities of a good citizen, with

    A good citizen has a variety of responsibilities. A good citizen understands the

    2.1 The student will demonstrate skills for historical thinking, geographical analysis,

    SOL 2.11 Resources Websites:

    https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2494822?hl=en&ref_topic=4671185 https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2494822?hl=en&ref_topic=4671185 https://drive.google.com/a/acpsstudents.us/folderview?id=0By1KbFSoEU4wQXM3WlM0QWZ6Vk0&usp=sharing

  • emphasis on a) respecting and

    protecting the rights and property of others;

    b) taking part in the voting process when making classroom decisions;

    c) describing actions that can improve the school and community;

    d) demonstrating self- discipline and self- reliance;

    e) practicing honesty and trustworthiness; and

    f) describing the purpose of rules and laws. Responsibilities of a Good Citizen

    - Respecting and protecting the rights and property of others

    - Taking part in the voting process when making classroom decisions

    - Describing actions that can improve the school and community

    - Demonstrating self-discipline and self-reliance

    - Practicing honesty and trustworthiness

    Terms to Know:

    - Rules: Guidelines for how people should act or behave

    - Laws: Important rules written and carried out by the

    need for rules and laws. economic decision making, and responsible citizenship by:

    d) asking appropriate questions to solve a problem; h) using a decision-making model to make informed decisions; i) practicing good citizenship skills and respect for rules and laws while collaborating, compromising, and participating in classroom activities; j) defending positions orally and in writing, using content vocabulary.

    Citizenship Thinking Maps:

    http://cgraham.pbworks.com/w/page/6294595/Be%20A%20Good%20Citizen

  • government The purpose of rules and laws is to keep people safe and maintain order

    Essential Knowledge Essential Understandings

    Skill Focus and Exemplars (Instructions for linking to a Google

    Doc)

    Resources (for instruction, assessment,

    and intervention)

    (Civics) SOL 2.12 The student will understand that the people of the United States of America a) make contributions to

    their communities; b) vote in elections; c) are united as Americans

    by common principles; and

    d) have the individual rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as well as equality under the law. People contribute to their community by practicing the responsibilities of good citizens. Voters in the United States elect officials to make decisions for them in the national government.

    The people of the United States contribute to their community by practicing the responsibilities of good citizens.

    2.1 The student will demonstrate skills for historical thinking, geographical analysis, economic decision making, and responsible citizenship by:

    d) asking appropriate questions to solve a problem; h) using a decision-making model to make informed decisions; i) practicing good citizenship skills and respect for rules and laws while collaborating, compromising, and participating in classroom activities; j) defending positions orally and in writing, using content vocabulary.

    SOL 2.12 Resources Websites: Vote Thinking Maps:

    https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2494822?hl=en&ref_topic=4671185 https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2494822?hl=en&ref_topic=4671185 https://drive.google.com/a/acpsstudents.us/folderview?id=0By1KbFSoEU4wUFJtX1FubERudEE&usp=sharing http://bensguide.gpo.gov/9-12/election/registration.html

  • People share the principles of respecting and protecting the rights and property of others, participating in school and community activities, demonstrating self-discipline and self- reliance, and practicing honesty and trustworthiness.

    The American people come from

    different ethnic origins and different countries, but are united as Americans by the basic principles of a republican form of government,

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